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Breeding programs of conifers

, : Breeding programs of conifers. Plantation forest biotechnology for the 21st century: 61-85

While breeding programs for conifers are diverse in both breeding strategy and program intensity, several biological characteristics of conifers help shape program design and facilitate program implementation.


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